Treasury note


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Treasury note

n.
An intermediate-term obligation of the US Treasury having a maturity period of one to ten years and paying interest semiannually.
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treasury note

n
(Banking & Finance) (a note issued by a government treasury and generally receivable as legal tender for any debt, esp)
a. a medium-term interest-bearing obligation issued by the US Treasury, maturing in from one to five years
b. Also called: currency note a note issued by the British Treasury in 1914 to the value of £1 or ten shillings: amalgamated with banknotes in 1928
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Treas′ury note`


n.
an interest-bearing note issued by the U.S. Treasury in amounts of $1000 or more and maturing in ten years or less.
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Noun1.Treasury note - securities with maturities of 1 to 10 years; sold for cash or in exchange for maturing issues or at auction
Treasury obligations, Treasury - negotiable debt obligations of the United States government which guarantees that interest and principal payments will be paid on time
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Why, here were old provincial bills of credit, and treasury notes, and bills of land, banks, and all other bubbles of the sort, from the first issue, above a century and a half ago, down nearly to the Revolution.
Yield on the key 10-year Treasury note took a curve for the worst, plunging to its lowest level against the two-year yield since 2007 and stoking fears of an imminent economic recession.
For the first time since 2007, the yield on the 10-year Treasury note fell below the yield on 2-year Treasury notes on Wednesday morning.
The Treasury note fell to 2.27%, while the Bund tested -0.165%, and the Gilt slid to 0.9125%.
The yield on two-year yield was 2.47%; the benchmark 10-year Treasury Note was at 2.93% and the yield on the 30-year Treasury Bond was lower at 3.09% by end of last week.
The dollar hit a one-week high versus a currency basket thanks in part to a buoyant two-year Treasury note yield, which hit a nine-year high as traders awaited the release of the Fed minutes.
The bloodbath in the bond market has now begun, as the yield on the US 10-year Treasury note risen above 2.65 per cent last week.
The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note is 2.26 per cent, one bps higher.
Year to date through July 11, the 10-year Treasury note has a total return of 8.7%, and the 30-year Treasury has a total return of 21.2%, according to the Ryan Treasury indexes published daily in The Wall Street Journal.
CME Group said it plans to launch ultra 10-year US Treasury note futures and options in the first quarter of 2016 that allow for delivery of original-issue 10-year US Treasury notes with remaining terms to maturity at delivery of at least nine years, five months and not more than 10 years.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 23, 2015-CME to launch US Treasury note futures, options

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